Celeste Rodrigues (Biographies/Fado Singers)
recalls her childhood, similar to the one of so many other children
except for the fact that she was a tomboy, although quite timid and shy.
Cidália Moreira (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Cidália, possibly unaware of the theatrical effect her voice has,
doesn’t wear fantasies. She tries to create a story: the story of fado
that refuses to be unhappy at all costs
Cila D'Aire (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Cla D'Aire was born in Castro D' Aire. She sings since she was 20 years old ,
but only in the last years she has shown her excellent interpretative
and vocal capacities to the public.
Clara (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Clara has been living listening to Fado. Classical, traditional Fado, great musicians, amazing voices... literally Fado.
Cláudia Aurora (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Claudia Aurora sings fado – traditional Portuguese folk-blues – like no one else. We shouldn’t, perhaps, be surprised.
Cláudia Leal (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Claudia Leal was born on May 20, 1979 in the parish of Cova-da-Piedade in the municipality of Almada.
Cristina Branco (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Cristina Branco (1972) grew up far from the fado houses of Lisbon and nothing suggested that she was predestined for the fado.
Cristina Maria (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Cristina Maria belongs to a new generation of performers. Her voice charms you the first time you listen to it.
Cristina Nóbrega (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Cristina Nóbrega was born in Lisbon. She discovers the Fado at the age
of twenty when attending a concert that enchants her and marks her
Cuca Roseta (Biographies/Fado Singers)
Her eponymous debut album summarizes the story of someone who has always believed in a greater will and patiently waited.